Interview Discussion- Day 12
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- In real interview one will never get much time to express, so try to visualize and then write succinctly. Do not consider it an essay
- Raise counter questions when reviewing others. This will broaden the dimensions as the same will happen in interview.
- Counter questions will help in better expression as well as expose to various aspects one may have missed while writing. It will lead to better understanding of the issue.
The issue for discussion today is the following:
India is always in election mode. In fact we see at least three states going to polls every year. There have been many changes in the voting behaviour of Indian voters though. At the same time, certain tendencies have persisted.
Can you comment on the voting behaviour of Indians? Do they vote differently in assembly polls than in general elections? Is development the prime criterion now? Have caste, religion, language and region lost their space from the electoral discourse? Has Indian voter matured?